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Putting It All Together: How the Career Center Prepares Villanovans for Whatever Comes Next

Putting It All Together: How the Career Center Prepares Villanovans for Whatever Comes Next

Countless personal stories illustrate the transformative power of Villanova’s career services: The graduate Engineering student who received expert guidance in negotiating the terms of a summer internship that resulted in a full-time job offer. The Communication major who explored the film industry on a spring break immersion trip to Los Angeles, then built on connections he made there to launch his own career in film production. The College of Professional Studies student who learned how to re-tool his résumé to showcase his new qualifications. The alumna who took advantage of career coaching to help her re-enter the workplace after devoting several years to her family.

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